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Tech news in less than 5 minutes – March 2023 - THE EDGE SINGAPORE

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Tech news in less than 5 minutes – March 2024

Bite-sized news on EV and cloud, AI and data centre, and drones for logistics.

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Tech news in less than 5 minutes – December 2023

Bite-sized news on drones and free online courses for generative AI.

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AI, armed drones and the next-gen warfare

AI is reshaping not only the battlefields but also the way wars are planned and fought, says contributor Assif Shameen.
Here's how SUTD will support flight testing of aerial robotics and drones - THE EDGE SINGAPORE

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Here's how SUTD will support flight testing of aerial robotics and drones

The four-storey semi-outdoor AerialArena@SUTD is equipped with netting, 5G network and 3D localisation instruments.
Drones: The good, the bad, and the ugly - THE EDGE SINGAPORE

Digital Economy

Drones: The good, the bad, and the ugly

What are the pros and cons of using drones?

Company in the news

Boustead Projects' wholly-owned subsidiary slapped with $94,000 in fines after pleading guilty to charges under ANA

The charges were in relation to the use of unmanned drones by Boustead Projects E&C at two of its construction sites.

Deals, joint ventures & alliances

Marco Polo Marine signs MOU to co-develop world's first delivery drones for offshore wind farm sector

The use of drones is said to be able to benefit the environment through the reduction of fuel consumption and CO2 emissions.
ISOTeam exploring use of drones to do building paint jobs - THE EDGE SINGAPORE

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ISOTeam exploring use of drones to do building paint jobs

ISOTeam hopes to achieve better efficiency by using drones to paint
Rex International invests US$4 mil in drone company owned by controlling shareholders - THE EDGE SINGAPORE

M&A

Rex International invests US$4 mil in drone company owned by controlling shareholders

Karl and Hans Lindgren, who hold 34.7% in Rex International, collectively own a 95% stake in the drone company.

Disruption and Digitalisation

Air New Zealand teams up with ST Engineering to trial use of drones for aircraft inspection

SINGAPORE (June 17): Air New Zealand will use drones to carry out inspection checks of its aircraft when they undergo heavy maintenance checks at its facility near Changi Airport – with some help from ST Engineering’s Aerospace.
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